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3nm chips could launch across Apple products by 2022

More power and lower energy usage on the horizon
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, News, Mac, Trends, Intel, Computing, TSMC, Wwdc, Apple Silicon


Report: Apple Silicon Macs and redesigned iPad coming later this year

It's on track to meet its WWDC promises, according to leaked intel
Tags: Apple, Ipad, News, Mac, Trends, Ipads, Computing, MacBook Air, Macs, Wwdc, Macbook Pro, Macbooks, Apple Silicon, Apple Silicon Macs


Should I Buy an Intel Mac Today or Wait to Buy an Arm-Based Mac?

Apple at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference announced its intention to transition away from Intel processors to Macs powered by its own Apple Silicon chips starting in late 2020. Apple says that by using its own Arm-based processors, it will be able to build better Macs that will boast better performance while also being more energy efficient. Apple's announcement at WWDC 2020 was expected, but the timing of the transition has left many people in the market for a new Mac wondering w...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Microsoft, Mac, Intel, Rosetta, MacBook Air, iMac, Wwdc, Macbook Pro, Vmware, Mac Mini, Mac Pro, Ming Chi Kuo, iMac Mac Pro Mac, Intel Macs


Apple's Arm-Based Macs With Apple Silicon Chips Will Support Thunderbolt

Apple is working on Macs that use its custom Apple-designed Apple Silicon chips instead of Intel chips, but Apple has committed to continuing to support Thunderbolt, reports The Verge. In a statement, an Apple spokesperson said that Apple's upcoming machines will offer support for Intel's Thunderbolt USB-C standard. "Over a decade ago, Apple partnered with Intel to design and develop Thunderbolt, and today our customers enjoy the speed and flexibility it brings to every Mac. We remain commit...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Intel, Wwdc, Thunderbolt, Apple Silicon


Top Stories: iPhone 12 Rumors, Apple's A12Z-Based Mac mini, Leaked iMac, and More!

With WWDC now behind us, our attention this week largely turned back to rumors, led by increasing claims that Apple controversially won't be including a power adapter in the box with the iPhone 12. We also saw a few other iPhone 12 rumors, signs of an upcoming iMac update, and some more information on timing of updates for Apple's smaller iPads. The other big topic this week was Apple's Developer Transition Kit, a Mac mini equipped with the A12Z Bionic chip from the iPad Pro. App developers h...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Microsoft, Mac, Intel, Top Stories, New York Times, Rosetta, Brazil, Amd, Gpu, Wwdc, Apple News, Geekbench, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo


EU Advertisers Criticize New App Tracking Privacy Controls in iOS 14

A Google-backed group of European digital advertising associations has criticized Apple for requiring apps in iOS 14 to seek additional permission from users before tracking them across other apps and websites, reports Reuters. Sixteen marketing associations, some of which are backed by Facebook and Alphabet's Google, faulted Apple for not adhering to an ad-industry system for seeking user consent under European privacy rules. Apps will now need to ask for permission twice, increasing the risk ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Eu, European Union, Wwdc, Ios 14, Reuters Sixteen


2020 iMac To Be Powered By 10-Core Core i9-10910 and Radeon Pro 5300

2020 iMac will be powered by 10 core Intel 10th Gen processor and we might see new screen sizes too. The post 2020 iMac To Be Powered By 10-Core Core i9-10910 and Radeon Pro 5300 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Apple, Intel, All News, Hardware News, iMac, Wwdc, Core i9-10910, Radeon Pro 5300, Core Core


Apple began work on the Watch’s hand washing feature years before COVID-19

Handwashing for the Apple Watch happily slotted alongside face masks for Memojis in the list of COVID-19-related features the company introduced at last week’s WWDC keynote. It’s a pedestrian action, something we take entirely for granted the several times a day we do it. Over the past five months, however, handwashing has taken on a kind of central importance to our daily lives — something to focus on and obsess over. We all read the WHO and CDC guidelines and shared (and perhaps even creat...
Tags: Apple, Apps, Cdc, Samsung, Tech, Who, Apple Watch, Wwdc, Kevin Lynch, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Wwdc 2020, VP of Health Sumbul Ahmad Desai


Apple began work on the Watch’s handwashing feature years before COVID-19

Handwashing for the Apple Watch happily slotted alongside face masks for Memojis in the list of COVID-19-related features the company introduced at last week’s WWDC keynote. It’s a pedestrian action, something we take entirely for granted the several times a day we do it. Over the past five months, however, handwashing has taken on a kind of central importance to our daily lives — something to focus on and obsess over. We all read the WHO and CDC guidelines and shared (and perhaps even creat...
Tags: Apple, Apps, Cdc, Samsung, Tech, Who, Apple Watch, Wwdc, Kevin Lynch, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Wwdc 2020, VP of Health Sumbul Ahmad Desai


2020 Apple Design Award Winners Announced, Including Darkroom

Apple today named eight app and game developers receiving an Apple Design Award following WWDC 2020. Apple says winners are recognized for outstanding app design, innovation, ingenuity, and technical achievement. Ron Okamoto, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations:Every year, app and game developers demonstrate exceptional craftsmanship and we're honoring the best of the best. Receiving an Apple Design Award is a special and laudable accomplishment. Past honorees have made so...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Wwdc, Apple Design Awards, Simogo, Apple Newsroom, Ron Okamoto Apple, Bergen Co Animation, SnowmanApple


Mobile developer Tru Luv enlists investors to help build a more inclusive alternative to gaming

Developer and programmer Brie Code has worked at the peak of the video game industry – she was responsible for many of the AI systems that powered non-player character (NPC) behavior in the extremely popular Assassin’s Creed series created by Ubisoft. It’s obvious that gaming isn’t for everyone, but Code became more and more interested in why that maxim seemed to play out along predictable gender lines, leading her ultimately to develop and launch #SelfCare through her own independent developmen...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Social, Startups, TC, Mobile, Gaming, Apps, Developer, Tech, App, Code, Ubisoft, Wwdc, NPC, Self-care


Apple will let you port Google Chrome extensions to Safari

Apple unveiled macOS 11 Big Sur earlier this week and talked about some of the improvements for Safari. In addition to native extensions, Apple is adding support for web extensions. It’s going to make it much easier to port an existing extension from Chrome, Firefox or Edge. The company shared more details about how it’s going to work in a WWDC session. Safari already supports extensions, but if you’re using Safari, you know that there aren’t a ton of extensions out there. On iOS and macOS, y...
Tags: Apple, Google, Developer, Tech, Safari, Wwdc, Safari Apple, Wwdc 2020, Ellie Epskamp Hunt


Former Intel engineer reveals the truth about the Mac’s switch to Apple Silicon

The reasoning does not look good for Intel
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Intel, Computing, ARM, Macs, Wwdc, Wwdc 2020, Apple Silicon


Apple Maps to tell you to refine location by scanning the skyline

With iOS 14, Apple is going to update Apple Maps with some important new features, such as cycling directions, electric vehicle routing and curated guides. But the app is also going to learn one neat trick. In dense areas where you can’t get a precise location, Apple Maps will prompt you to raise your phone and scan buildings across the street to refine your location. As you may have guessed, this feature is based on Look Around, a Google Street View-inspired feature that lets you … look arou...
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Apple Sharing Daily WWDC Highlights in Quick Event Recaps

Apple's digital only Worldwide Developers Conference is taking place this week. Monday was the keynote event, but Apple is hosting engineering sessions and sharing videos on the new software updates all week long. There's quite a bit going on with the dozens of different sessions that developers can watch in the Apple Developer app or the Apple Developer website, so Apple has been providing bite-sized daily recaps with the important highlights. The day two video, shared this morning, highlight...
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Hand and Body Pose Detection in iOS 14 Will Provide New Ways to Interact With Your iPhone Without Touching the Display

Starting in iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur, developers will be able to add the capability to detect human body and hand poses in photos and videos to their apps using Apple's updated Vision framework, as explained in this WWDC 2020 session. This functionality will allow apps to analyze the poses, movements, and gestures of people, enabling a wide variety of potential features. Apple provides some examples, including a fitness app that could automatically track the exercise a user performs, a safety...
Tags: Apple, Wwdc, Ios 14, macOS Big Sur


Boot Camp Is Dead on New Macs and 8 Other Things Apple Didn't Say at WWDC

You’d be forgiven for missing every change to iOS, macOS, and more that Apple execs speed-talked through during Monday’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote. But even after catching up on all the announcements, there are more useful features coming to iPhones, Macs, Apple Watches, and more—and some big shifts that…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Wwdc, Wwdc 2020


Apple Shares WWDC 2020 Apple Music Playlist for Developers

During normal WWDC events, Apple often hosts a WWDC Bash for developers with a musical guest. In 2019, for example, Weezer performed at Discovery Meadow in San Jose, with Apple providing food and drinks. The 2020 WWDC event is digital only with no in person gathering, so rather than offering a Bash, Apple has put together a WWDC20 playlist that developers can listen to. Available on Apple Music, the playlist features artists like Glass Animals, Alicia Keys, Aurora, The Killers, and more. Ap...
Tags: Apple, San Jose, Wwdc, Apple Music, Weezer, Federico Viticci, Federico Vittici, Viticci, Bash Apple, Glass Animals Alicia Keys Aurora The Killers


iPhone and iPad Apps Coming to Macs With Apple Silicon, Developers Can Manage Availability in App Store Connect

Apple today shared a video with more details about the availability of iPhone and iPad apps on future Macs with custom Apple processors. Macs with custom Apple processors will share the same Arm architecture as iPhones and iPads, meaning that they will be able to run many iOS and iPadOS apps without any modifications or recompilation. Like traditional Mac apps, these iPhone and iPad apps will be distributed through the Mac App Store, with in-app purchase options carrying over. A notice in Ap...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Intel, Mac App Store, Wwdc, macOS Big Sur


The iPad Will Soon Allow Gamers to Play Using a Mouse and Keyboard

As Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference gets under way, we’re starting to see more and more features of its updated operating systems not revealed during yesterday’s opening keynote. That includes the ability to play games on the iPad using a mouse and keyboard instead of the touchscreen or a gamepad.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Gaming, Science, Video Games, Wwdc, Wwdc 2020, Ipados 14


WWDC wrap-up, robotic lawnmower review, and more | Digital Trends Live

On this Digital Trends Live, we talk about the top tech stories, including a wrap-up of WWDC 2020, and more.
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What the switch to ARM for Mac means for Apple, Intel, and developers (AAPL)

This story was delivered to Insider Intelligence Connectivity & Tech Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. Insider Intelligence publishes hundreds of insights, charts, and forecasts on the Connectivity & Tech industry with the Connectivity & Tech Briefing. You can learn more about subscribing here. At its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this week, Apple confirmed reports that it will transition away from Intel chips in its Macs, and instead use its own ARM-based architecture. Macs ...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Intel, Rosetta, Wwdc, Xcode, Aapl, Macs Apple, Apple Intel, Worldwide Developers Conference WWDC, Connectivity Tech, Insider Intelligence Connectivity Tech Briefing


Everything Apple Announced at WWDC 2020

This year’s WWDC was a little different than its past iterations of the annual developer’s conference. For one, the global pandemic underway meant that the actual format was a little different, and rather than presenting from a packed auditorium, the event was streamed. In spite of the at time very silly cinematic…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Science, Wwdc, Tvos, macOS, Wwdc 2020


Apple will allow developers to challenge specific App Store guidelines

Even Apple can budge. The iPhone-maker on Monday announced that third-party App Store developers will soon have a mechanism to challenge particular App Store guidelines and that it will no longer delay bug fixes for apps already present on the App Store over guidelines violations. Both these changes will be implemented in the summer. The development comes just a week after the EU initiated two antitrust probes against Apple, one of which will look into Apple’s App Store policies (more on that be...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Spotify, News, Eu, Antitrust, App Store, Rakuten, Wwdc, Apple Music, Cto, WWDC Apple, David Heinemeier Hansson, Kobo Spotify


Apple Maps’ new EV feature aims to eliminate range anxiety

iPhone-owning cyclists can also look forward to some new features
Tags: Apple, Mobile, News, Cars, Trends, EVs, Apple Maps, Electric Cars, Wwdc, Range Anxiety, Wwdc 2020, WWDC2020


Apple Introduces New Frameworks and Tools for Developers, Including Xcode 12

As part of WWDC 2020 this week, Apple has introduced a series of new APIs, frameworks, and tools for developers, ranging from App Clips to Xcode 12 to a new SwiftUI API for making widgets that work across iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. App Clips: New in iOS 14, App Clips surface information from relevant apps without requiring users to download an entire app. Apple describes App Clips as a "small part" of an app designed to be discovered the moment it is needed. Once inside the App Clip, users can e...
Tags: Apple, Wwdc, Xcode, Mac App Store App Store, App Clips, Big Sur Apple, Mac Safari for Mac


The Biggest Privacy Changes Coming to iOS in 2020

Apple never misses a chance to brand itself as a tech company that puts our privacy before its profits—and this year’s annual developer conference was no exception. By the time the virtual keynote wrapped up earlier today, the company announced a slew of new privacy-protective tech that’d be rolled into the newest…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Privacy, Wwdc


Everything Apple Announced at WWDC 2020 in 13 Minutes

Today's digital WWDC keynote event was jam packed with announcements, with Apple debuting iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7, tvOS 14, and, most notably, its work on custom-designed chips that will be used in Macs in the future. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. For those that didn't have a chance to watch the keynote event and don't want to spend two hours listening to all of the announcements, we've condensed everything Apple announced into 13 minutes...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Canada, Bmw, Wwdc, MacRumors YouTube, UK Ireland, Craig Federighi, Apple Silicon Plus, Improved Face Tracking Apple


Apple is bringing keyboard and mouse gaming to the iPad

The move could revolutionize the way games are played on the iPad
Tags: Ipad, Gaming, News, Trends, Wwdc, iPad Games, Wwdc 2020


Everything Apple didn’t announce at WWDC 2020

All the rumored Apple products that didn't make the cut
Tags: Apple, Trends, Apple TV, Features, Computing, iMac, Wwdc, Everything Apple, Breaking, StudioPods, Airtags, Wwdc 2020